Lake Nakuru is among Kenya's best National Parks and is a 2 hours drive from the Capital City of Nairobi. The outside of the Lake Nakuru possesses about 33% of the park. Lake Nakuru's vegetation is for the most part lush and rugged field with a wide biological assorted variety and trademark natural surroundings that extend from the lake waters to the slope and edges. It bolsters a thick sprout of the blue-green CyanophyteSpirulinaplatensis from which it infers its shading and is a sustenance hotspot for flamingos. It additionally has rough slopes, pockets of woodland and somewhere around one cascade is all year. Amid pinnacle season more than a large number of flamingos and Pelicans assemble on the lake. The park is likewise living arrangement to both high contrast rhinos, swarms of mandrills, hippos, and leopards. There are likewise around 50 uncommon tree-climbing lions in the park, detected a few times each week. The standard zebras, wild buffalo and Rothschild's giraffes take care of business. Just as flamingos, there are bunch other bird species that occupy the lake and the region encompassing it, for example, African fish falcon, goliath heron, hamerkop, pied kingfisher and verreaux hawk.
The greatest months to visit are June to September and January to March. Anyway the stormy seasons are by and large not as wet as different territories and the streets are great all year.
You can reach Lake Nakuru National Park via roadways and airways
Roadways: You can rent vehiche, take public transport, or take a safari van to reach the . It is 156km northwest of Nairobi to the main gate and 4km from Nakuru town.
Airways: You can take charter flights to the Naishi airstrip of the park.
You can spot the endangered white rhinos and other animals including impalas, buffalo, Rothschild giraffes, waterbucks, warthogs, hippos, to name a few. The best place to see the feathered creatures is from Baboon Cliff, where you get a superb view over the lake, and the awesome scene of pink flamingoes along its edge.